|Kayakers circle Lake Superior shoreline - Greg Peterson|
It's a 1,300 mile, two month odyssey - kayaking around the always beautiful and sometimes treacherous Lake Superior Ashland, Wisconsin residents Alissa Weitz and Brian Castillo are promoting the protection of Lake Superior - the world's largest freshwater lake. The twenty somethings departed Bayfield, Wisconsin on July 1, 2008 and hope to complete their journey by September. The kayaking duo left Marquette, Michigan on Tuesday afternoon, July 22, 2008 to continue their journey...
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